Dirt on Dirt: Nutrient Management in the Garden
Bull City Gardener Learning Series
EveryDurham gardener knows the frustration: clay (or sometimes sandy!) soils thatare difficult to work with. But beyond their bad reputation, Durham’s clays canprovide a great foundation for edible and ornamental gardeners, provided youknow how to balance drainage, organic matter, nutrients, and pH.
Join Ashley Troth (Extension Agriculture Agent)and the Extension Master Gardener Volunteers of Durham County and learn how tomake the most of your garden’s soil. Participants will learn about soil biologyand structure, soil testing, nutrient cycles and flows, and how to managenutrients and fertilizers to get the most out of their slice of Durham dirt!
Presented by: Ashley Troth (Extension Agriculture Agent) and the ExtensionMaster Gardener Volunteers of Durham County
Class Fee and Registration: Theclass costs $6 per person. Registration and fee payment isrequired by March 17, 2020. Registerhere: https://durham.ces.ncsu.edu/getting-started-with-warm-season-vegetables/
Additional classes may be offeredif there is enough demand. If spaces are full, add your name to the waitlist onthe registration page.
When: March 19, 2020 (Thursday)
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Where: DurhamCounty Cooperative Extension Office
721Foster Street, Durham, NC
Contact: Master Gardener Office 919-560-0528